Thomas Wiktor is an author and a novelist. He is also the first person to bring the signature in the Roy Moore accuser’s yearbook to the attention of the public. After much screaming from the rooftops by conservatives on social media and a few people at Fox News, the accuser’s shady lawyers, Gloria Allred was forced to publicly address the issue. Although they first denied that the signature used in the yearbook, that was used to prove that Roy Moore was a pervert was a forgery, they were later proven to be liars and had to publicly admit that they forged it. Others in the media tried to take credit for the discovery of the forged yearbook, but the brilliant Thomas Wiktor was the person who uncovered the scam.
It appears as though Wiktor has another stunning theory he has put forth on Twitter, and this time it’s about the brilliance of Donald Trump, and how even before he became President of the United States, he planned for any potential pitfalls he might face, and how he would get ahead of them. Follow the fascinating thread of Thomas Wiktor. It’s hard to refute the evidence he lays out in this case. We start by sharing our favorite quote from one of the tweets in Wiktor’s thread about the mediocre nature of Barack Obama, as he never understood and seriously underestimated the brilliance of Donald Trump.
President Obama is a very ordinary man. He did everything in a mediocre way.
Even his lawlessness is mediocre. A Chicago machine politician. Yawn.
Here’s are the tweets in order:
#1. Wiktor tweeted an article from the extremely biased Newsweek that addresses the number of leaks
From the Newsweek article:
The U.S. Justice Department has significantly ramped up its number of leak investigations, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Friday, more than tripling them compared with the past three years’ numbers combined.
The statement likely came much to the glee of President Donald Trump. But it was his predecessor, Barack Obama, who charted a course for Trump when it came to leak crackdowns.
Perhaps answering his boss’s cries for investigations, Sessions said that at least four people, three of whose cases had not been reported on as of Friday, have already been charged “with unlawfully disclosing classified material or with concealing contacts with foreign intelligence officers.” He also said the Justice Department had seen a boom in criminal referrals for probes into intelligence agency leaks.
“Referrals for investigations of classified leaks to the Department of Justice from our intelligence agencies have exploded,” Sessions said. “In the first six months of this administration, DOJ has already received nearly as many criminal referrals involving unauthorized disclosures of classified information as we received in the last three years combined.”
To date, only Reality Winner, a 25-year-old federal government contractor accused of leaking classified information to The Intercept, is known to be facing prosecution. Her trial is set to begin in October.
Sessions’s DOJ still has to play catch-up to reach the number of leak investigations from Obama’s time.
DOJ prosecutors under the Obama administration pursued nine leak cases, and in May 2013 it was disclosed that federal investigators had surreptitiously seized two months’ worth of phones records from Associated Press reporters and editors, including home phones and cellphones, The New York Times reported.
Later in 2013, a scathing report from the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) said the Obama administration’s “war on leaks” had been the worst of its kind since the days of Richard Nixon, who engaged in a cover-up that eventually led to his resignation in 1974.
At the time of the CPJ’s report, Obama’s team had used the Espionage Act, passed in 1917, to kick-start eight prosecutions involving allegations of leaked classified information, including those against Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden. Manning was later granted clemency by Obama, before he left office earlier this year, while Snowden remains in exile in Russia.
Though CPJ’s report did show that the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington set off a major expansion of information deemed to be classified—starting with the administration of President George W. Bush—Obama’s eight prosecutions far outranked the three Espionage Act prosecutions under every other president before him.
In May 2016, Obama said that many of the cases prosecuted during his time in office actually were holdovers, but according to Politico that proved to be untrue.
“Many of the cases that are often lumped into, you know, my ledger, essentially were cases that were brought before we came into office,” Obama said to a college newspaper. “Some of them are serious, where you had purposeful leaks of information that could harm or threaten operations or individuals who were in the field involved with really sensitive national security issues.”
Tweets #2-4 Wiktor summarizes how “Obama’ team used the Espionage Act, passed in 1917, to kick-start eight prosecutions involving allegations of leaked classified information.”
In tweets #5-14 Wiktor outlines how candidate Trump brilliantly dealt with leakers early on in his presidency and how the 70-year-old Trump, the man the media likes to portray as a bumbling idiot, is actually a genius, and how he “utterly owned [the] professional spooks”.
#15. Wiktor explains a theory he has about President Trump and compares him to Orson Wells’ s greatest character “Quinlan” in the film “A Touch of Evil”.
#23 Wiktor retweeted a Sebastian Gorka tweet from yesterday that included a tweet from March, 2017 tweet from President Trump addressing the Obama regime phone tapping:
Yesterday, former White House advisor Sebastian Gorka re-tweeted a tweet from President Trump on March 4, 2017. In his tweet, President Trump asked: How low has President Obama gone to tapp my phones during the very sacred election process. This is Nixon/Watergate. Bad (or sick) guy!
How low has President Obama gone to tapp my phones during the very sacred election process. This is Nixon/Watergate. Bad (or sick) guy!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 4, 2017
Gorka’s tweet is a warning that the “nuclear” memo that is about to be released is “just the beginning.” Gorka, along with others on Twitter, have started to identify the spying on of then-candidate Donald Trump as #Obamagate. Gorka tweeted: By the end of it all, the tapping of candidate @realDonaldTrump’s phone will be the least of the Left’s problems.
My sources tell me tonight that the “nuclear” memo is just the beginning.
By the end of it all, the tapping of candidate @realDonaldTrump’s phone will be the least of the Left’s problems.
— Sebastian Gorka DrG (@SebGorka) January 19, 2018
#24 Wiktor retweeted a tweet from Republican Rep Steve King (IA). See the tweet below:
Rep Steve King tweets that he no longer holds out hope that there is an innocent explanation for the information the public has seen regarding the spying on President Trump while he was a candidate:
I have read the memo. The sickening reality has set in. I no longer hold out hope there is an innocent explanation for the information the public has seen. I have long said it is worse than Watergate. It was #neverTrump & #alwaysHillary. #releasethememo
— Steve King (@SteveKingIA) January 19, 2018
#25 Trump made sure the info would come out.
#26 Wiktor tweeted that “We have VERY heavy hitters committing
themselves to the idea that catastrophe is about to be visited on the Democrats.
They’re saying this in UNAMBIGUOUS language.”
#27 Wiktor further explained:
This means that the evidence was preserved.
And THAT means that Trump had allies in the Obama administration. He was able to make sure that this evidence wasn’t destroyed or altered.
See, the Democrats just need to confuse the public. That’s all.